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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O, JULY 1G, 1S9G.
pdTTIIK OLDEST Business House. N NAPOLEON. IS HOlPliEY' -OLD KEL1AULE" m m Ml STORE ! In ili;iiip:ii JV s i!o;;k, Prnlo Hie hr' " r,x i:ril jij-s-fi' n-i; norij Blank :-: Books, MOTIONS, aC, TC. IWT" I'lien ;oiid'- l ' ill i' till "III d wl i hi' SOLD CHEAP! J? NAPOLKON. O. Banking House NAPOLEON, O. MONEY LOANED. Forok'ntnil Oniurstlo ET''tisni,!lO'iih'aml Sola t ( lovvop!?nrr"!it rati ud i'dIIccIum jo IT iv nn L A!!D HENRY C0T3KTY 5IT73. HTO ffk: i a i . v a r k it 1 c i 1 v a k r ro JAP0U0N. OHIO. - - JULY .6.18 p 13 m M I'm: piiiMiu.vr. WILLIAM I. IJiJYAX, ..f Xc!,r.is!u. I'm: Xw. ji'Knt. AUT1H K J. St-; WALL, M'lhi.V sta t!: tick i;t. Secretary ..f Wetts CHILTON A. WillTK-f r.mwn. Judge of the S,:p:vii-Curt. !:. S. BLAXPIN .r t.'uysili. :i. I-'.'." I : i : i I Pnirv ('.i!iinii--i"nei', PATRICK M'KEilWX Hamilton. M.'mlr..flh.' JJ-ar.l ..f liil.il" Works. W ILLIAM BEAUMONT of I.i,;kfli. V : Congiv-s, DAVID MEEXISnX .if Keiiry. Democratic County Con vciilion. The ri.'m. i'i'atsuf II in ('i-uiity Convent! ui .Miry (.'..unity will meet i:t the Court Iloui-c in Nai...li'.in. Ohio, on .Saturday, Sept. L'Otli, 1S5X!, at in oV".'; n. in., f.".' the purpose of .laeini; in lioiniiialii.n a oinity ticket. The rati".. I rcpti 's-'iitnti--ii has hee.i llxe-l at olio ilele Kate for every M votes east for .lames .. Cam .1. ell for (iovern. .r last fall, nn.l oneilele Knte f. irevi-ry frii-'ti.'ii over live vies. 'J'bis ratio entitles the several Piwn.-hips ami prc- Cilletn to the following lUlllll.cr of i,-l.-Kilti; Vot". l.Vle-ates. lilll'tloW. Xol'tll l'Jil 111 Dai'tl'.w. S..iitli -.i s latiii:.'iis !.'' 12 Fhui'..,'!; j.-i 'j I Five. I. mi '.."-'. Pi Hiirri-oii l.u pi Liberty. Ei:-t 11") 11 .ihei'ty. V..-t p.". pi .Marion. Nort h p'3 n: ?Inrion, s .nth 117 pj Mmir.ie -j.n Napoleon rr.j Ploasanl, Hltntt IT; is rioa-ant. N"ev liavari.i.... l-s pi lii.'hll.l.l 11.' 11 I!iill."'Ville -'i :i Washington :;(. 1 1 Total 'js.1T Oimli'lates for the f..-v.vfi,j .:!i".',an Do noiiiiiiiU'-'il : Auilitov. Prohati- Jllilne. Sheriil', Clerk. Ciiiiiinissioi'or, Inlli'iiniiy Direi'tor, Cormier. The Democrats of the sov will meet in caucus at tin holdhiK elections, or nt sin-h the township coinmittee may i ll townships isu il .la of other place as ik'sitfiiate. on Saturday, Sept. 12th, ISiM!, at 1:30 p. m., for the purpose of seloctinKtho number of delecates apportioned to them. By order of County Central Com. C. E. KEYXOLDS, Ch'mn. S. S. Nestlekoad, Sec'y. Democratic Judicial Convention. T!i.- !v:,i, nil-.- . .' Ilio TV I -L li-ial H.-- i :!(' Ii'" '.Mil t in !;.:.'..! -ii"!i- ti .ii ;it Hi. Clti -f I. in' i. i '"i.i". 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Mitnl. i-lioi'kiil linn ilrcils of !ii" i'rieinls i:i tliis coiuiry, on Fri:!;iy n', wlimi tin- nrv, wu;-iiii.-lird oviT til" win's T I in t tile ii'li'il liiwyr iiinl cilicii was no more of this earth. v ' 1 1 other eit i.'.ell ill this plll't of till' -tat" va- more lieloveil by his I'rieinls. nior" ii sp-ei. i! Iiy his f.'ilow num. or nioi'" hntioieil liy political frh-nds aial foes for his sincerity ami courage in iulvoeacv of iinlihe riin stiotis, tliiin uas Hon. Frank JI. Hard. His death is u fjreiit loss to the state of Ohin, as it is to the nation, lie hud lid ii in coiniiaratively !,'oml eiilth until Thur-day last, v.b' ii he sKlfered tliree stroU".- of apoplexy. uliii-h soon cut short his ear-'er upon arth. Frank II .'" ji I ind was horn at Jit. 'ernon. Knox couiitv, hio, on De- inher 2.1, His fatlier, Jndi;" II ii id, took reat pains with his edii- ation and at, an earlier iii'e than is usual he was sent to Kenyon college, at ( iiiinhier, where he pradiiateil when hut 17 years of au'e, takmj; the hest honors of his class. The next four years were spent in his father's ofliee, m the study of law. At the aire of ,1 Jlr. liiird was adiuit- I to practice and from The lie'in- irn:; took a high rank in his profes s'cii. In llj-l he was elected prose cuiinfr attorney for Knox county and in lsiUI was st ut to the state senate. where he served one term with dis tinction. In lstiS Jlr. H u i'ii was ap I ri lit ( d to codify I he criminal laws of Ohio, which commission was ably exeeutdl. Ill he went to Toledo mill fonind a partnership with Jiul!e Charles II Scribner. In 1S72 Mr. Ilurd v.'ns Ih'st nomina ted for coni'i'ess, and his career us a national character begins from that tune. lit-was (teteateil in that can vas by 1. H. Sherwoo.l. In 1 7-1- he aain ran for congress and this tune was successful, defeating Pratt, of Uryan. He was re-ehcted in is 7(5, but was uiisented by -T. D. (Jox. In 1878, he was iiL'aiu elected, defeating J. 1. Luckey in a clcs contest. In 1SS ) lie was auin defeated, Judire J. M. Uitchie beiii",' elected, in lvf-J he was a.'iiin elected, but in the cain- ):ti?n of l!jJ li; wits defeated by Jiicob Uoiueis. lie::ry county aiwavs tenve Jlr. Ilurd a. splendid majority when it was uumbei'id Hinon the counties which comprised the district in which he in. He has delivered speeches here many times, always demanding a laiv-re audience, ma le up of men of all parties, and to him is due the bet- uuderstiiudiu of the tariff ques- ion bv our citizens, which question e made almost a life study. TlIK Detroit V i-ihitii' the leading Republican paper in Michigan, refus es to support the fjolil platform of the Republican?. The Trihiinc says it is n damnable platforiii. This news item will not appear in the Sirnul. Thk gold conspirators will now proceed to teach an "object lesson'' , raiding the gold reserve in the treasury and make another $10,000,000 by forcing a $100,000,000 bond issue. Let them rob while the opportunity lasts. The day of judgment eonieth apace. Columbus ('(ill. Ix his plea for the betterment of tlie condition of the farmer, Wm. J. Bryan, now the Democratic candidate for President, in his great speech at Chicago, uttered thi terrible but true sentence: "Let your cities burn and be destroyed and they will spring up like Phoenixes from their ashes, but destroy the farms and the grass will grow in the streets of your desolate cities." Awarded ilighest Honors World's Fair. SIR; MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 Years the Standard. ' Urjan For President. The Dmnoi-ratic National Conven tion nominated for President of the Tinted States yesterday the Hon. William J. Hryun. of Jv-bni-ku. Tin- rhoire was made with Tile great est eiitliii-ia-in, and this result is re ceived with satisfaction. JI. rliryan is wil known to the people of th t'liiti d rstitten ns a champion of the popular rights nml a conservator of the people's iiitere.-ts. While serving as a Democratic un niln-r of Congress he w its eanest and ali'eas an advo-c.tt- of the prime measiir-'S of the party. lie was e-pecially etTective as h tlelmter oil the itioi.y question, and v.'i a pioneer in the priuciph-s which tin- .Niitioiial Convention lias so overwhelmingly declared, lie i.-a man oi almost piienoinenai e!o-qii.-nce. Hehas an easy Mowoflari-guag-' and the wools ie- utters lire "vvonl- tiutt biiin'' iviihouf being inlliminiatory cr-i-nsational. He is a -Indent am! a rea-mier. His heart is in the cau-i.' he so ardently em braces. There is not the slightest ai'ectat ion in him. !! seems uncon scious of his power of oratory. The great truths come from liliu as from a man who is too much in earliest for t!ie cau-e he pleads to think of ex ploiting himself. Th- convention has adopted an ;i in qiiivoca platform. It is for the free and unlimited coii.uge of gold and silver at sixteen to one, without waiting for other conn ies to extend their gin. 'ions permission. It is for tile only practical plan th-re is for procuring international bimetallism, it is in favor of the initial step being taken bv the l iilitd States: it is against a ruinous la t.d policy and against the prostitution of our whole monetary s -tt m to the uses of the speculators and ioegitimute traders in the prcducts of labor. No man stands -teadier on such a platform than William J. lirum, and no man is better titted to a.lvocate and defend tlie faith of his party. He long antedated the convent ion in the promulgation of the doctrines which the platform uuouuee. Had the delegates not adopted a single resolution they would have written a liiiignitict nt declaration of princi ples in the nomination of this elo quent m:d gallant 'ebruskuu. who honors his state as much as his state honors him. Tiie public will not have to wait days or weeks or months to hear from himon the prime items of the Chicago platform. He is fertile, grace fill skillful in the use of language; but on the indelible questions of the hour hi w ill not seek to befog the peon e with undulating phraseology. Indeed, hehas anticipated the convention. He on record, and that is why he was taken bv the Deinociacv as their indidare for President. The policy of the next administration, if it shall be headed by 21 r. ilrya.ii, is already ollicially given out. He is admirably suited to tl: -olu. tiou of the current political in '. liem. iiow to consolidate the ljiiui-taiiii; sen timent of the country. lie will com mand the Democrat ic vote in the states where the cause of the people is uppermost, and he will take away from the third party men the plea that there is no old organization in which they can lind justice. His nomination will stiiiiiiate the reform ers in iinance to great eiforts in the congressional districts. He is the sign in the political sky that tells that it is worth the elfort to send leg islation for the people's money to the White House. Every intelligent man knows what he will be getting in the matter of principle if Jlr. Hryan is elected. Let us say, further, that they will get a man of dignity, self-possession and thought, a man who is more than good enough for the chief executive office of the greatest republic of all time; and a man who will appear in the biographies of Presidents and rul ers as the ablest one in the presenta tion of a good cause. Kn'u', rt i: America first, the rest of the world afterwards. British gold is naturally in favor of the gold, standard. No true Democrat of Ohio will sav his state will not endorse silver. In 1592 it did and sent one elector. This year it will and will send 23 electors. TlIK Kansas City Times, that has heretofore advoaated the gold stand ard, has come out for silver. This news item will not appear in the iSV.c- ildl. A train load of Omaha citizens ran into a moving freight train near Logan, Iowa, on theliith, resulting in the death of thirty some persons and injury to over one hundred. The wreck occurre.l on the Chicago & Northwestern, and was the worst tiie road ever experienced. Kvkx those who do not agree with Senator Daniel must admit that he can make an excellent speech. Tole do r.hitl,. It is not often the Jllarfn admits so much, but the fact is admitted by all that the speech of Senator Daniel ac cepting the temporary chairmanship of the Chicago convention was one of the finest speeches ever listened to. Thk Democratic Circuit Judicial committee of the Third Circuit Ju dicial District, met in Kenton on Thursday and selected the time and place for the Democratic Judicial convention, which will nominate a candidate for the Circuit Court bench to succeed Judge Senev of Kenton. The date was fixed for Tuesday, July 21, and the place selected was Lima. You Should be "Furniiist" It. When you sen a m-R:'.iire that Is en dorsed by the millionaire and every ring and clique without a single i-r-ic-ptioij. you are safe in concluding .that it is the wisest and safest thing i to oppose it. If they ran spend mil j lions of dollar- to carry their point you may rest assured that they ex ' pert to get it back, and that you will be compelled to contribute to the ; found. You many rest assured that I no stone will be left unturned by the avaricious horde toearry their point. i It ttie calamity howlers can not scare ! til" peopole into endorsing the tariff i robbery scheme and the gold stand- i ard. the corporations that, by Kfpub I licaii rule ami by rings and trusts. j have gained control of n-arlv all the I manufacturing iiid'i-triesof tin's eoiui j try. will shut a iwu tho.-e factories I with orders t'ting for goons, that j you may be ma le to believe, -,ib-i scribe to anil support their inf.imous. I mea-urcs. The go! 1 reserve in the treasury is now at the mercy of the gold bugs, and th- result is a con tinual drain and a continual issue of bonds. If th- g-iid standard is adopt ed, ;t thing that Peoublican success at the polls tliis fall will surely bring about, there will be no end to this drain of tiie tr- nsury. which is only a speculation of rise millionaires at the expense of th- people. Titos:.: Democrat of Toledo who have be; n in such a hurry to proclaim to the l'JiA- that they would tiot sui-nii't the Chicago ticket, nr.' getting ov--r the fence into the n-publieau pit whi r- they have long belonged. The Democratic party in Lucas county will be purer without them. These d-serters never knew the tirst pri.e ipies of Democracy, and that while There always was and always wiil be di Terences of opinion, the majority should r.ile. F.UUIKR Flaxxio scores the following : Wheat lost two c the day JIoKiuiev ax, of Kenton, ;ood 'points: nts per bushel .vas nominated. has been declining more or less every day since the convention. Oats has made a new low record since that event fill day. Corn has declined from its already low point. Lard has struck a new low record, selling at Si). 07, or less than four cents a pound. A barrel of pork can be bought for less than three and one-half cents per pound since the convention everything that farmers produae is declining under JJcKiiileyisin. It has been arranged that the ex poses attending the notification of Jlessi's. Bryan and Sewall of Their nomination will be he'd at Madison Square (Tiinlen. Mew York, in about three weeks. Tills was the place where the exercise wer. heel four years ago, when the committee noti fied Jlr. Cleveland of his nomination and hear 1 his address of '.'."eepranee. In view of ti: ; fact that the candi dates were s.i widely separated, Jlr. -Sewall living in Maine and Jlr. Uryan in Nebraska. New York seemed to of fer a convenient meeting place, both for the candidates and th-- many members of the Notiiieatt o:i Commit tee. Wall Stiikkt lias already joined in the light against the Chicago tick et, and all its money will jo to swell the election corruption fund for Jfc Kinley. The people will have a hand in this tight, and ail their support w ill go to help swell the majority for Bry an and Sewall in November. men as etkMZi To be Given Away in to the km ill I Sm fa I lH "Chewing and Smoking" IThe on:w AWTI-NERVOUS. AMTI-DXSPEPT!C I t J end NICOTINE NEUTRALIZED Save your COUPONS (or EMPTY BAGS until coupons appear) and get in exchange the following VaSuable and useful Articles: S VALUABLE PIGTUBES. Handsome Water Color Fac-similes. Lund O ecapeund Marine, size Ux2S, Vi subjects. Fine Pastel Facsimiles, landscape aud -j. 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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE mailed on application, giving complete list and description of all articles and Titles of Books and Pictures ; also tells how to get them. The Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co., Wheeling, W. Va. w No coupons exchanged after July I, 1897. ANNCUNCCMEJTS. CI.EKK. Weare natli -riA-il t i tun mnee the tu.ini- fGL'iIttiEW. FISHEIt. ef 1'1-asant t-.ivii--liip. asaoiin.li.late f .r t ick --f Court-, suh jeet t - tlie-l.-i-ion of the Demo-ratie V unity Cmiv. ntioii to be hel.l n S..t..::ilr i .'h. '.;. V.',-an-niitliori;:ei t-i iiiinouniv the li.iiue f ImW BliLTZ. of Hi-btletil ounshi.. A Hii.li.li'.toforCI-rk ..f Courts, subject to the liii-isioii of the belli-leratir Crunty C -::'.e:i- ii'-ll to be ll--1.1 Sept. ji'th. H !. SHEKIFF. nr authorize I to announce the mime oi'E.T. liAKNES. of Napoleon township, a- a -iiii'lj. late for sh-rilf. sahioet toth-.li ion of the Democrati; ( ounty Couve:iti..n t ' ! - h : I -ii -i t. .Mb. ls.i.i. V.'.' ar-auth .riz-'.l to announ the r f M.H. IiAIiliV. ...'L.rllo.v township. -..:i.ii-i..:e . s:,en,T. sui-i t to tiie -t.-i.-i-n . flh-iieiaoi-ratie C ,:iiitv C nve::ii-n to t.e h"i ! s'- t. -.''ith, AUDITiii'. Vi'.'..r" a'lthorizel P. ,,i ui;ee the f !). FIIASK C ii". . f ;,' p. :,- ,i t-.wu- a .iiti.li.hte for Ai: hi...-, siii t t . t i-i"i"i tin- Ii-ni .erai : C .iii:iy C uv ii.. eat: DitYAX will stump (hio. Ohio. Indiana loubtful states. and Illinois are lHK Democratic candidate for President will challeng" JIcKmlev to joint debate upon the money que tiou. ALliKAliV there has been over titty prominent Republicans of Cincinnati who hav-' signified their intention of voting for Bryan and Sewall and tin cause of tile comupsn people. TlIK Lincoln (Neb.) r!',', an out and out Republican imoer, savs that Bryan, "morally and intellectually. is the peer of any public man east or west, north or south." That's a great ship at JicKinley. Wiirx the Republicans count upon the Germuus voting for JicKinley they reckon without their host. The German press in the cities may ignore the Chicago ticket, because they are a'.l influenced by Wall street, but the rank and file of our German popula tion will vote against tlie un-Ameri can position of JicKinley and the gold a Ivocates. They will be found upon the side of right and the interest of the common people. in the. northern part of Georgia I came upon a negro cahin, and, as I ap proached, it became evident that some extraordinary commotion was coins on -vithiu. In tact, shouts and yei' i f ter ror succeeded one another so rapidly that I hastened to sec what could he the trouble. As I drew rein before the doer half a dozea ragged pickaninnies ran out. All but one of tbeta were, screaming and crying at the tops of their voices, while tho odd one, as merry as the eth ers were sad, began trmibiing cart wheels and standing on his head. At this moment a man, i videiitly the head ci tho kou?. hold, ariticarod in the door way, aud in answer to n.y inquiries t;iive me the following explanation of the mystery: "Ycr see, sah, air) is 'Hastes' birf tlay, " indicating the one whosj joyful a:itic3 I have just mntirned. "Now, I'ze powerful hard up jes' at pre.wii' au didn't hah no money ter eolubrato in de usual way. An it jo.?' Lriik mo a'.l up tor see de res' liabin jes' r..i ntsch fun on 'Eastus' birfday as 'Hastes was habin hi.-self. So, times loin so hard, do only way I could see was tor gib tier res' all a lie-kin, an dat kinder raises 'R.istus up oher de odders." A quarter flung to 'Rastns proved a charm that raised him still higher and dried the tears of tho others in a:i in stant. Happier children than these same, pickanimiios as I rode away, a moment Liter, it would be hard to find. Youth' Companion. 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London, K. C. : (5 Place ib- la Made mine, Paris. PACTOUIES : Toledo, o., Thouipsonville. Ct., and Toronto Jtiuct. Ontario. t Mention this Paper, i If you want ieunine bartraius it will pay you biij to call on tlie unuersLi!-'. for all kinds of -:Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,:- SHOES AND SLIPPERS, as I inti'Ml to i.'Iom' out every des-criptioii of Summer roods in my estahlisii meiii rearales ot cost or value, of warm !! wt n t b t-r i: cr ds. Ccu:e in and " losing Ml Sale-- be aonislud what a bij? pile of ilcoi lis yen can buy for a little niorn-y. ( )nly think of it. about 130 pair of iii.-se.-' and Boys' Shoes, worth from ssl.25 to $2. CO for 75 cents a j a r. 300 pair Ladies' Shoes and Slippers from 7i3 cents to $2.00. worth double the money. L,-. 5; Clothing ut twothiids its regular value. I'liderwenr." Hcsitry. Gloves, Mitts, Panu zW. L'mhrellas ainl 5'.sj, Fans. All cut away down. iD. WILSON. Eude.! His Karthly Troubles. New York, July 14. Harry Chap man, a theatrical manager well known throughout the west, committed suicide in Central park by taking prussic acid. Achieved Distinction. Denver, July 14. Mrs. A. E. Rine- hart, an enthusiastic wheehvoman of this city, has achieved distinction by ridinJO centuries jn 10 da vs. Notice of Appointment. Estate of SamuelGibson, deceased. THE CXDEESIFXED HAS BEEN AP niipnintcil anil iiimlifleilas nilministnitur rf the estate nt Siiimiel (rilisnn. latent Hen ry ( ounty. Ohio, dei'o.'iseu. Dated this 7th day nt .July. A. i. lum. HENRY (tEHKETT. Notice of .Appointment. Estate of P. F. Michaels, Assigned. THE UXDEItSIGNEB? HAS BEEN AP liointi'd ami iiuulitleil as Assicnpp for the henellt nf the eroilitors nf P. F. Michael, of Henry County, Ohio. UFsitfi'.eil. tinted this loth day ot June. A. v.. ikihi. 1. D. DONOVAN. Notice to Farmers ! Hot weather is here ami so is Hog Cholera. hut no Hoir ( holei'ii can exist where Dr. A. J. I'enniiek's New Hot; cholera Cure is led. As l preventative it is n sure eiii'i'. If vour heirs cot siek semi word to Mr. V. hp will eonie an:! insti'in-t you how to treat the siek hogs, free of eliaiiie. lteniemher his medicine is sold upon a, positive (juanm- tee. Address. Dlt. A. .1. l'h.NNOl l. Nat ml eon. Ohio. Or Syis A Bax.st.ky, Dnignist, Maiioleou. 0 For your Protection! wo l-ositivelv stat that this remedy does not contain mercury or anv other injur ious drug. ELYS CREiM BALM Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays In tlatn niatlon. Heals the Sores, 1'i'oteets the Meml 'l ane from colds liestorcK the Sense of Taste and smell. IT WILL CURECOLD'NHEAD A particle is applieil into each nostril nnd is agreeable. Price mie at Di uggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wurren St.. Xew York. CATARRH 't Miss tlie ICESA at To come before tlie people with tlie s-tereotypi-d "IJest on Earth' proiio.-itiou. We wili to state briefly that we are mttUiiiy ami selling a wheel that's KKiliT, und although the price is S100.00 we li.is is no catch-peuny but a geuiiine liiiuiir.e nocils and prices, von will AM OKDOAA'CE To prov'ule for Imtuing HoneU ' Pir row Mimey in Anticipation the VijUeetion of a Special Asc.--)iient for tho Improvement of Washing ton Street from llnly Avenue to Shr field Avenue, f,y Sewering the xame. QECTIOX 1. EE IT ORDAINED BY THE i. Council of the Village of Napoleon. O. .that for the purpose of oldaiiiing money to meet the estimated cost of improving Washington street from Haly avenue to Sheffield avenue, in said village of Napoleon. Ohio, hy sower inn the same, under and in compliance with the ordinance providing for the construction of said sewerage, passed April 27th. l"im. and in anticipation .if the collection of the special assessments to he charged to the properties lieneiitted hy the ', instruction of said sewer as provided in said ordinance passed April J7th. lsim. There shall he issued five coupon bonds of the said village of Napoleon. Ohio, four of which said bonds shall be in denominations of Three Hundred dollars each. ami onch-mil of Two Hundred dollars, to the aggregate amount of Fourteen Hundred dollars, hear ing date o; September 1st, 1W16, and pavuble at the otlice of the Corporation Treasurer of said illage, payable in one. two, three, four and five years from said First day of Sept.. lHUii. the payment of said Two Hundred dollar Bond being deferred to five years from said September 1st. ln6; all of said bonds to hear 6 per cent, interest, payable semi-annually upon tho first day of March and September each year, tor which proper interest coupons shall be annexed to ami made a part of said bonds, and the faith and credit of tho said village of Napoleon Ohio, is hereby pledged for the payment of the principal and interest of said Bonds. Sun. -Said bonds shall ho numbered con secutively, and signed by the Mayor of -aid Village and countersigned by the Cleric thereof and sealed with the corporate seal of said village and tlie coupons attached to said bonds forthe interest to become due thereon shall also be signed by the Mayor and eoun tergned by the Clerk of said village, and -aid bonds shall not be Hold for less than their par value and accrued interest thereon. Sec. :t. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from anil after its pastiige and legal publication. D. MEEKISON. J. T. Mason, Clerk. Mayor of said village. Hog Cholera cured by Dr. Haas' hog powders. Ask Lloyd Sayers of Liberty township, Henry County, Ohio. He will tell you how it cured his hogs. Sold only by D. J. Humphrey (by the pound or package), Napoleon, Ohio. B1Mm It 5